advanced district energy controls for improved efficiency and resilience

The objective of this project is to improve district energy (DE) system efficiencies through development of a cost-effective, advanced district energy control system that can optimize equipment operation and identify opportunities to turn off less energy efficient equipment when not needed. The system will utilize a new secure two-way metering and control architecture for transmitting usage and demand data along with an optimization algorithm developed for the project that identifies opportunities to reduce wasted energy based on the data collected.

Source: DOE

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